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Norma Galeana

Ashes and grief: the pandemic's footprint in a Los Angeles crematorium

Mar 04 2021

A cremation chamber, like a large stove with golden doors, sits in a room with dimmed lights, a few brooms and a cart with heat protective gear.

COVID-19 vaccine chasers hunt, wait and hope in Los Angeles

Feb 09 2021

SANTA FE SPRINGS, Calif. Jose Luis Espinoza had been chasing a COVID-19 vaccine for more than three weeks.

Essential yet under vaccinated, some California farmworkers get their vaccines

Feb 03 2021

MECCA, Calif. Deemed an essential workforce during the pandemic, California's mostly Latino farmworkers are also underrepresented in the state's vaccination program, health officials and activists say, prompting the delivery of shots in the fields. | Video

Essential yet under vaccinated, some California farmworkers get their vaccines

Feb 02 2021

MECCA, Calif., Feb 2 Deemed an essential workforce during the pandemic, California's mostly Latino farmworkers are also underrepresented in the state's vaccination program, health officials and activists say, prompting the delivery of shots in the fields.

For Los Angeles-area ambulance crews, the COVID-19 calls never stop

Jan 15 2021

SANTA FE SPRINGS, Calif. For Southern California ambulance crews, the shifts feel never-ending and the calls to pick up COVID-19 patients seem endless.

Couple divided over Trump united in saving illegal immigrants in desert

Oct 29 2020

A die-hard Trump supporter and his wife, who despises the U.S. president, are united in a rare mission. | Video

Couple divided over Trump united in saving illegal immigrants in desert

Oct 28 2020

A die-hard Trump supporter and his wife, who despises the U.S. president, are united in a rare mission.

Couple divided over Trump united in saving illegal immigrants in desert

Oct 28 2020

A die-hard Trump supporter and his wife, who despises the U.S. president, are united in a rare mission.

Europe cushions workforce as U.S. lifeline runs threadbare

Oct 01 2020

FRANKFURT/LOS ANGELES - While millions of U.S. workers thrown into unemployment by the coronavirus pandemic fret about feeding their families, idled German airline purser Marco Todte is mainly concerned about his next vacation.

Uncertain future keeps California citrus grower awake at night

Aug 24 2020

RIVERSIDE, Calif. The potential loss of his life's work has kept Vince Bernard up at night, worried about whether he would be able to save his citrus farm. | Video

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